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I'd love to know your definition of "properly".

Truth is, yeah they're doing it quicker, but they're doing it in a fuckugly way which will break builds on other devices and won't merge cleanly.

Hacking together a port doesn't take long. Doing it properly does.

Patience is a virtue. Progress is being made. I'll have news soon.


This made me laugh.

Who cares if it's official or not. First, it has to be bugfree, decent and proper for daily use. Then you tune it for merging without ****** up the rest. One good example is the hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7. It's official yay; but it's crap.

While you're busy making it good for merging, dzo and company are fixing and improving it which is the true work.
You better not take any credits for this port. Hell, stay out of it or join them.

Edited by noein, 19 July 2011 - 08:20 PM.

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This made me laugh.

Who cares if it's official or not. First, it has to be bugfree, decent and proper for daily use. Then you tune it for merging without ****** up the rest. One good example is the hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7. It's official yay; but it's crap.

While you're busy making it good for merging, dzo and company are fixing and improving it which is the true work.
You better not take any credits for this port. Hell, stay out of it.


LMAO. Telling me not to take credits? Dude, I'm doing this my way. Their port is absolutely awful and the ugliest piece of s*** I've ever seen.

Sure it works, but they're just mindlessly pulling in files from CAF. It's not a good way to go.

And I don't understand your problem with CM7 on Blade? It runs fine on both my Orange San Francisco and my ZTE-U v880 (China Unicom), so uhmm enlighten me please...

This is exactly the reason I stick to twitter.

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By an awful port you mean a CM with almost everything fixed and properly working?

You try too hard to make it official when the first thing to be done is fix it.
When you use their fixes on your port, remember the credits then. ;)

And I'm sorry to break it to you but out there you don't have much credibility aside from a kid way over his head who likes to claim crappy CM7 merges.

Edited by noein, 19 July 2011 - 08:31 PM.

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This made me laugh.

Who cares if it's official or not. First, it has to be bugfree, decent and proper for daily use. Then you tune it for merging without ****** up the rest. One good example is the hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7. It's official yay; but it's crap.

While you're busy making it good for merging, dzo and company are fixing and improving it which is the true work.
You better not take any credits for this port. Hell, stay out of it or join them.

CM7 works very fine in my blade
I don't see the problem ?

For HCDRJacob let time to the time. He is a good dev. He'll do something great i'm sure :)

Edited by Phoenix Silver, 19 July 2011 - 08:31 PM.

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By an awful port you mean a CM with almost everything fixed and properly working?

You try too hard to make it official when the first thing to be done is fix it. When you use their fixes on your port, remember the credits then. ;)


I've yet to use a single "fix" from them.

Chances are for wifi, my fix will be similar, but I'll merge the code in properly. And that's not their code anyway, it's qualcomm's. All of their fixes come from qualcomm.

I've fixed things based on my knowledge from the 2 devices I've ported before. Believe it or not, a lot of these things are similar. I don't plan to use their work at any point.

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This made me laugh.

Who cares if it's official or not. First, it has to be bugfree, decent and proper for daily use. Then you tune it for merging without ****** up the rest. One good example is the hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7. It's official yay; but it's crap.

While you're busy making it good for merging, dzo and company are fixing and improving it which is the true work.
You better not take any credits for this port. Hell, stay out of it or join them.


Firstly, you sound like talking out of your backside! What with 13 posts under you... pfffftttt....

Secondly, HCDRJacob along with another dev, TomG has done huge work for the benefit of the blade community and for you to thumb your nose and disrespect the tantamount effort, considering HCDRJacob is still in school studying and doing exams, and cramming in the effort to keep the blade community going which may I add, that ZTE have taken a huge interest in the forum and have a resident member from ZTE Europe. So you are not in a position to sit there and throw the quotation "hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7", you sir are an idiot!

Thirdly, the ZTE Blade community is a helluva lot more vibrant thanks to HCDRJacob and TomG so my advice to you sir, is stay out and troll elsewhere /me points over to xda and leave him alone!

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I've yet to use a single "fix" from them.

Chances are for wifi, my fix will be similar, but I'll merge the code in properly. And that's not their code anyway, it's qualcomm's. All of their fixes come from qualcomm.

I've fixed things based on my knowledge from the 2 devices I've ported before. Believe it or not, a lot of these things are similar. I don't plan to use their work at any point.


Nice, good to know you'll do this "properly" then:
(I'll be watching and laughing anyway, open-source is a bitch)

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3d + ril + bluetooth

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big bug fixed:
Timing auto reboot fixed,thanks stockwell help find bug

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Firstly, you sound like talking out of your backside! What with 13 posts under you... pfffftttt....

Secondly, HCDRJacob along with another dev, TomG has done huge work for the benefit of the blade community and for you to thumb your nose and disrespect the tantamount effort, considering HCDRJacob is still in school studying and doing exams, and cramming in the effort to keep the blade community going which may I add, that ZTE have taken a huge interest in the forum and have a resident member from ZTE Europe. So you are not in a position to sit there and throw the quotation "hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7", you sir are an idiot!

Thirdly, the ZTE Blade community is a helluva lot more vibrant thanks to HCDRJacob and TomG so my advice to you sir, is stay out and troll elsewhere /me points over to xda and leave him alone!

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I agree with all your points :)

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Nice, good to know you'll do this "properly" then:
(I'll be watching and laughing anyway, open-source is a bitch)


Well done on pasting their changelog. Do you want a gold star or something?

I will be doing it properly, and we'll be getting official releases, nightlies, ROM Manager support and the whole package. You know, you should shut your little noob mouth. I'm the one on the CM team, you're the little forum troll. Don't tell me how to do this.

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Well done on pasting their changelog. Do you want a gold star or something?

I will be doing it properly, and we'll be getting official releases, nightlies, ROM Manager support and the whole package. You know, you should shut your little noob mouth. I'm the one on the CM team, you're the little forum troll. Don't tell me how to do this.


Well Said!

Keep up the great work Jacob :)

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Well Said!

Keep up the great work Jacob :)


Thanks. Nice to know their is some sanity round here. Seen the progress I posted on twitter?

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I agree with all your points :)


Oh, one more thing.

If I was just copying them, don't you think I'd have got more done by now?

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Thirdly, the ZTE Blade community is a helluva lot more vibrant thanks to HCDRJacob and TomG so my advice to you sir, is stay out and troll elsewhere /me points over to xda and leave him alone!

Capisce!


Please don't send him over to XDA there's enough of him already. A bridge would be more suitable :D.

I find CM7 is great on the Blade, Jacob and Tom G have done an excellent job. It'll only get better when ZTE releases .35 kernel source.

Good luck with the U8800 and thank you for all the work on the Blade.

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Well done on pasting their changelog. Do you want a gold star or something?

I will be doing it properly, and we'll be getting official releases, nightlies, ROM Manager support and the whole package. You know, you should shut your little noob mouth. I'm the one on the CM team, you're the little forum troll. Don't tell me how to do this.



Oeps, seems like I struck someone's nerve. Also, a big /facepalm to all your girlfriends coming here.

And again, thanks for entertaining me and everyone who I'm showing this. "I'm the one on the CM team" - could this be even more hilarious? By the way, that's called a fallacy. Quite sad resorting to that.

Anyway dude, sure, do it properly. I'm just saying, a load of things were fixed while you were still trying to "print bacon" and getting frustrating for not going well for days. I'll be here the whole process and I'll be here to look at your *hand-made and better than any* fixes.

Like I said, ZTE Blade's CM7 is at best, unimpressive. Your girlfriends might disagree but sorry.

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Thanks. Nice to know their is some sanity round here. Seen the progress I posted on twitter?


Just had a look now and impressed :)

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Oeps, seems like I struck someone's nerve. Also, a big /facepalm to all your girlfriends coming here.

And again, thanks for entertaining me and everyone who I'm showing this. "I'm the one on the CM team" - could this be even more hilarious? By the way, that's called a fallacy. Quite sad resorting to that.

Anyway dude, sure, do it properly. I'm just saying, a load of things were fixed while you were still trying to "print bacon" and getting frustrating for not going well for days. I'll be here the whole process and I'll be here to look at your *hand-made and better than any* fixes.

Like I said, ZTE Blade's CM7 is at best, unimpressive. Your girlfriends might disagree but sorry.


I'm not resorting to fallacies at all. Just saying that I have a better understanding of you of what makes a proper port different from a hackjob from a cyanogenmod perspective (merging it in etc.)

And yeah, I had problems when I started, but they've gone now, and I'm making pretty quick progress now.

Anyway, I've had enough of people like you for today. Thanks for making my evening a more entertaining one.

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Just had a look now and impressed :)


Hopefully I'll have nightlies in the next couple of weeks. Hopefully stable builds before I go away.

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I'm not resorting to fallacies at all. Just saying that I have a better understanding of you of what makes a proper port different from a hackjob from a cyanogenmod perspective (merging it in etc.)

And yeah, I had problems when I started, but they've gone now, and I'm making pretty quick progress now.

Anyway, I've had enough of people like you for today. Thanks for making my evening a more entertaining one.


Nice, a calmer attitude. Not that RAGEOMG ME>YOU, STFU childish crap anymore. Good, this way is easier.

Bottomline and what I've been trying to say is: there's no use for an official CM if it's not working properly and tuned for the device.
While undoubtedly you're the most apt for merging it, you certainly are a slow poke when it comes to fixing; your ego might disagree but it's true, face it. I don't get why you're so happy of having RIL working when it's been working since 11th of May. You just come across like an attention-whore fishing for @HCDR.Jacob AWESOME!. (and don't make me look at the code for differences if you're going to state you did it "properly")

That being said, it's better if you cooperate with dzo, genokolar and stockwell. Dzo especially has rewritten some libs and drivers that are to your and every u8800 user' interest. Be stubborn and release a crappy CM or join them and it'll come out something good. There's a word for this, it's called: synergy.

P.S. I'm loving all the zomgrage and these -points. I even had one twitter password reset request. It's pathetic. Oh well, dogs are like that, they follow blindlessly and they're stupid. Next time I'll think twice about leaving a modaco's pretty boy sad :( - not.

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This made me laugh.

Who cares if it's official or not. First, it has to be bugfree, decent and proper for daily use. Then you tune it for merging without ****** up the rest. One good example is the hilariously awful job on ZTE Blade's CM7. It's official yay; but it's crap.

While you're busy making it good for merging, dzo and company are fixing and improving it which is the true work.
You better not take any credits for this port. Hell, stay out of it or join them.




laughing at the do not take any credits, HCDRJacob is a CyanogenMod dev, lets check the thread on xda:

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1068766

Credits: Dzo, stockwell, genokolar, CM


CM is short for CyanogenMod, so the CyanogenMod devs are already being credited, so HCDRJacob is already being credited for all of his work on the CM Source that helps the current rom boot


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